Catch up With the Super Bowl During Half-Time While Watching the Final Live

If you’re going to miss the first part of the Super Bowl, you can always write it down and catch up during the break. Sure, you’ll miss Coldplay, but you can capture the best moments of the first half and then finish them in time to finish the game live while everyone is watching.

Of course, the halftime show does not start at a specific time, because it all depends on how the first two quarters unfold. However, you can probably expect it to start around 8:00 pm ET , plus or minus 15 minutes, according to the International Business Times . If you’ve recorded your game, try to catch up around this time.

Two quarters is 24 minutes, but if you quickly watch the commercials and take long breaks on the pitch and don’t like watching every game, you can easily sneak in and get a feel for the first half of the game.

Looking back at the old Super Bowls, the half hour performance itself usually only lasts about 15 minutes, but with ads and commentary, it can be expected to take about half an hour. So try to cover the highlights by 8:30 am to catch the live stream.


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